Angela Robinson, from Chester, has been ordered to make the Sudoku puzzle she had inscribed on her husband’s grave much more difficult. The puzzle, which is said to be ‘beginner to intermediate’ in difficulty, is said to have be okayed by the council, but when the local parish noticed it, there was uproar at the sheer simplicity.
“It’s just too easy” parish councillor Sue Rowlandson said, “I mean, what it is even supposed to express? That he was terrible at Sudoku? That his math’s was boarder-line remedial? I must say it seems in inappropriate and reflects poorly on Sudoku skills of other people buried here!”
She went on to complain that any family members who visited the grave would have cracked the puzzle within minutes, “and what are they supposed to do then? Humpf.”